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Danger — Women at Work!


Published 1940s ca.


World War II-vintage film on health and occupational safety issues facing women workers
Old-time footage of male workers leaving factory door and dispersing
MS line of women punching in at time clock and entering plant
HA looking down at women walking by on sidewalk
VS women in machine shop
foreman explains dangers of hair, jewelry, high heeled shoes and skirts to woman
dissolves into same woman dressed in sensible, safe gear (pants, hairnet, flats)
VS woman's feet stepping on scale
VS CU well-balanced meals
HA very busy urban street corner, people crossing street, bus in traffic
Many great shots of women working in factories, but film wobbles left and right
VS combat
LS covered wagons on road moving upper right to lower left in frame
Antique stock shot of Western pioneer woman firing gun, presumably at Indians
Parade of uniformed WACs
VS women factory workers (better quality than before)


Producer Vision Educational Productions
Audio/Visual sound, color

Credits

Producer: A.D. Bustanoby. Director: J.A. Yovin.

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